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Archæologia Græca, or the antiquities of Greece; being an account of the manners and customs of the Greeks ... chiefly designed to illustrate the Greek classics, by explaining words and phrases according to the rites and customs to which they refer. To which are prefixed a brief history of the Grecian States, and biographical sketches of the principal Greek writers / By John Robinson.
- Robinson, John, 1774-1840.
Select orations of M. T. Cicero; translated by Professor Duncan, and interspersed with a variety of notes, Explanatory of the Persons, Manners, And Customs of the Romans: adapted to the English reader by Sir Charles Whitworth. ...
- Whitworth, Charles, Sir, approximately 1721-1778.
- MDCCLXXVII. 
A descriptive catalogue of Catlin's Indian gallery : containing portraits, landscapes, costumes, &c., and representations of the manners and customs of the North American Indians. Collected and painted entirely by Mr. Catlin ... Exhibiting at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, London.
- Catlin, George, 1796-1872.
The Hindoos including a general description of India, its government, religion, manners and customs: the fine arts, architecture, and literature. With a general outline of the history of Hindoostan / With illustrations, from drawings by William Westall. [Anon.].
- St. John, James Augustus, 1795-1875.